Tuck-Hinton Architecture & Design announced that Paige Jessop and Gina Raffanti both earned their professional designation as licensed architects and are currently project architects at the firm.
“We congratulate Paige and Gina on passing their licensure exam, " said Mary Roskilly, principal and partner. “It’s always great to see our young professionals complete this milestone. We look forward to their continued growth and leadership at the firm.”
Jessop has worked with Tuck-Hinton for two years. She earned a bachelor’s degree in architecture at the University of Tennessee in 2015. She is a member of AIA Middle Tennessee. A resident of Nashville, Jessop volunteered with Room in the Inn, Nashville Adult Literacy Council, South Nashville Action People and Harvest Hands Community Development Center.
Raffanti joined Tuck-Hinton nearly four years ago. She is a 2016 graduate of the University of Tennessee. Raffanti is chair of the Committee on the Environment for AIA Middle Tennessee. Last year, she was involved with the lunch buddies program at Fall Hamilton Elementary School. She is a native of Brentwood and currently lives in Wedgewood Houston.
Tuck-Hinton is a full-service design firm that offers architectural, interior design and planning expertise. The firm was founded in 1984 to provide both creative design and client service. The firm’s previous work includes the Music City Center, Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, Frist Art Museum, Adventure Science Center, Jack Daniel’s Distillery, Tennessee Bicentennial Capitol Mall, Tennessee State Library & Archives, and Nashville Public Square Park.
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